Introducing the Norway Traveller

For more than five years, I've been sharing the stories of Norway with the world through this blog.

Over that time, I've managed to amass a following of people interested in Norway for all sorts of reasons. Like me, some of you are English speakers who live and work here. Some of you are Americans, Brits or otherwise planning to move here, or wondering if it's even possible. Even more of you are planning a trip here, some as short as a weekend and some as long as a month. And last but not least, plenty of you are Norwegians with a sense of curiosity at what some of the foreigners living amongst you think of your country!

I can't make Life in Norway be all things to all people, so I've decided to double-down on the initial aim of this website: to serve English speakers living and working in Norway.

With that, I've been gradually working on a new project to support the upcoming launch of Moon Norway, and now I'm ready to unveil it to all of you.

A new travel blog

The Norway Traveller is a new travel blog focused purely on providing travel inspiration and information to those of you planning a trip to Norway. All the existing travel content on this website is in the process of being moved over. That's not to say we won't continue to cover different places here on Life in Norway, but going forward it will be from the perspective of living and working there.

Life in Norway will also continue to round-up the latest news, any changes to immigration laws, list the latest jobs in Norway, and continue to provide tips and advice for English speakers in Norway.

Visit Norway Traveller now

Thanks in advance for your support of this exciting new venture!

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About the Author: David Nikel

Originally from the UK, David now lives in Trondheim and was the original founder of Life in Norway back in 2011. He now works as a freelance writer for technology companies in Scandinavia.

1 Comment

  1. What a beautiful trip this program has taken me on. My parents were Norwegian, and I am coming there in June to close the circle for my parents. I feel so excited, to just put my feet into the land my parents loved and wanted to return.

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